Zaba sent to Charlotte
Thursday October 22nd 2009, 11:39 pm

The Hartford Wolf Pack have assigned goaltender Matt Zaba to Charlotte of the ECHL.  The 26-year old third year pro has been out of action since suffering a concussion in the Wolf Pack’s home opener on October 10th.  Zaba suffered the concussion when he was hit with an elbow by Springfield’s Liam Reddox, who was assessed a one-game suspension for the hit.

The assignment to Charlotte will give Zaba, who was 0-1-0 with a 84.6% save percentage and 4.84 goals against average in two appearances this season, an opporuntity to play regularly while he rehabs from his injury.

In other Wolf Pack-related news, AHL Live, the online video provider for the AHL, will be offering a free preview night on Friday, October 23rd.  All thirteen AHL contests — including the Wolf Pack’s 7:30pm match-up with the Adirondack Phantoms — will be available at no charge at www.ahllive.com.

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